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Sunday, Apr 30, 2006County: Franklin
Charges: Felony CTA
Defendant/Suspect: Garner Shybal
Case Updates: 1 update(s) available
Garner Shybal recently pled guilty to entering dogs into fights in Franklin County, Ohio. But on May 24, 2006, police arrested Shybal for allegedly beating his girlfriend.
We're told the woman suffered a leg injury and the trailer was reportedly trashed. Sheriff Thompson says Shyball will not have the option of posting bond--at least before going before the judge in common pleas court.He is still facing charges of animal cruelty in Belmont County where several of his dogs were foiund neglected and injured without veterinary care.
|Shybal had between 14 and 18 pit bulls of which none were spayed or neutered. At least one was without food or water. Several had been fighting, were cut and bleeding. Their wounds were infected but they had gotten no veterinary care. Shybal has pleaded guilty to neglect and he got no jail time. But his pit bulls are no longer his own because they've been turned over to the animal shelter. |
Shybal also pled guilty to entering his animals in dog-fights in the Columbus area recently. In that case, his sentence was also that he was not to own any dogs. In the Belmont County case, he was also ordered to pay 375 dollars in fines and court costs.
|Source: WVNS - July 5, 2006|
Update posted on Jul 5, 2006 - 9:54PM
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